"Fine Line" is a 1984 single by Barry Gibb. The song was written by Gibb and keyboardist George Bitzer. It is the second and final single from his debut solo album Now Voyager. It was released on October 1984 in North America by MCA Records and in most countries by Polydor Records. The song was failed to chart in the United States, but it did manage to reach #50 on the Hot Dance Club Songs. The 12" version of this song was remixed by Larry Patterson. This single was less successful than his previous single, "Shine, Shine".
The song also contains a rap section by Gibb himself:
It's wild, it's weird, it's what we think about / This ain't no strip club, shame on you / 'Cause you know somebody that got a bead on what you need / Don't sacrifice your love / You analyze, don't minimize / What only you can rise above.
The music video of "Fine Line" was made as a part of Gibb's movie Now Voyager on which all songs on his album of the same name was featured. For "Fine Line", it was filmed in a black and white. Gibb had his trademark beard shaven off in this video. He also shaved his beard on the Bee Gees' music video "Night Fever" and the alternative music videos of "How Deep Is Your Love" and "Stayin' Alive".